Simmons, R. (2002). Odd girl out: The hidden culture of aggression in girls. San Diego, CA: Harcourt. An Annotation This is a fascinating look at [...]Read more ›
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Wilhelm, J. (2002). Getting boys to read: it’s the context! It’s not the text type so much as the situation that determines why and how [...]Read more ›
Gurian, M., Stevens, K. (2004). With boys and girls in mind. Educational Leadership, 62 (3), 21-26. An Annotation A good article outlining the difference between [...]Read more ›
New research is proving that gender differences are real. Boys and girls are different. From the way their brains are organized to the types of cells in their eyes, groundbreaking studies are showing us just how different the genders really are. In this article, Chris Wondra explains how boys and girls hear differently, and what this means for the way our children and students learn to speak and read.Read more ›
While this is actually the 3rd post at We Teach We Learn, discussing gender differentiation in the classroom, this our first experiment using a new [...]Read more ›
An Annotation Moir, A., Jessel, D. (1991) Brain Sex: The real difference between men & women. New York, NY: Carol Publishing Company This book is [...]Read more ›